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Stoptech Sport rotors

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Hi all, I’m looking at getting a new brake set up. I definitely want the EBC yellowstuff pads for a universal street and track set up. I’m up for debate with rotors though.

I found Stoptech Sport rotors (not cryo) for $305 shipped, all four corners. Is that a decent deal? Does anyone else have any recommendations for rotors for a decent deal? I’m planning on tracking this summer and I drive aggressive on the street.

Thanks for your input!


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Hi all, I’m looking at getting a new brake set up. I definitely want the EBC yellowstuff pads for a universal street and track set up. I’m up for debate with rotors though.

I found Stoptech Sport rotors (not cryo) for $305 shipped, all four corners. Is that a decent deal? Does anyone else have any recommendations for rotors for a decent deal? I’m planning on tracking this summer and I drive aggressive on the street.

Thanks for your input!


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Did you check Rockauto?

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The front rotors would be my priority, but that seems like a good price. If you have purchased from Mountune before, don't forget about the bonus points that you may have accrued -- I got my rear rotors for almost nothing. They are good rotors, and I have had good experience with Yellow Stuff on a different car.
 


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Are you looking for something different to what Whoosh has? The StopTech set is $292.00 right now.

And I think Tire Rack is even a little cheaper. Mine were $303 with tax and free shipping.
 


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Are you looking for something different to what Whoosh has? The StopTech set is $292.00 right now.

And I think Tire Rack is even a little cheaper. Mine were $303 with tax and free shipping.
Whoosh adds on $45 for shipping. The ones I first posted about were $306 shipped. I’ll check tire rack!


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Whoosh adds on $45 for shipping. The ones I first posted about were $306 shipped. I’ll check tire rack!


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True. I think that's why I ended up going Tire Rack as they didn't have shipping.

I also ordered Mountune Track pads and I like them. They stay on the car for street driving with no issue and don't appear to create extra rotor wear. They are noisy. But they stop great. I would argue it's as aggressive as my GT4 with ceramics.

I ran EBC rotors and Red Stuff pads. Hated them. Fade was terrible. Three to four 80mph to 10mph stops and you'd lose the pedal. No experience with Yellow Stuff.
 


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True. I think that's why I ended up going Tire Rack as they didn't have shipping.

I also ordered Mountune Track pads and I like them. They stay on the car for street driving with no issue and don't appear to create extra rotor wear. They are noisy. But they stop great. I would argue it's as aggressive as my GT4 with ceramics.

I ran EBC rotors and Red Stuff pads. Hated them. Fade was terrible. Three to four 80mph to 10mph stops and you'd lose the pedal. No experience with Yellow Stuff.
I Run Ebc everything * Yellows F & R with USR rotors with SVT bracket and rotor upgrade in the rear. Multiple 100mph to 20mph stops no issues. NO TRACKING also*

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I Run Ebc everything * Yellows F & R with USR rotors with SVT bracket and rotor upgrade in the rear. Multiple 100mph to 20mph stops no issues. NO TRACKING also*

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No more Carbotechs? I'm still happy with mine, but the EBC YellowStuff is more aggressive (at least it was on my TSX) so I may switch to them as well.
 


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No more Carbotechs? I'm still happy with mine, but the EBC YellowStuff is more aggressive (at least it was on my TSX) so I may switch to them as well.
They Ran their course....decided to change it up. Glad I did and the Rear SVT rotor and bracket mod. Worked out perfect!

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True. I think that's why I ended up going Tire Rack as they didn't have shipping.

I also ordered Mountune Track pads and I like them. They stay on the car for street driving with no issue and don't appear to create extra rotor wear. They are noisy. But they stop great. I would argue it's as aggressive as my GT4 with ceramics.

I ran EBC rotors and Red Stuff pads. Hated them. Fade was terrible. Three to four 80mph to 10mph stops and you'd lose the pedal. No experience with Yellow Stuff.
I’ve never ran the RS, but I’m not surpised being that they are for street only. I’ve ran the YS on my old MKIV VW R32. That was a heavy car and they never failed me on the most brutal of track days!


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I Run Ebc everything * Yellows F & R with USR rotors with SVT bracket and rotor upgrade in the rear. Multiple 100mph to 20mph stops no issues. NO TRACKING also*

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I was thinking of doing SportTech F with Yellows F and then USR rotors R with Yellows R. That package is like $110 cheaper than SportTech all the way around.

Although I’d really like for my rotors to match on all fours. I’ll probably get SportTech all the way around


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I was thinking of doing SportTech F with Yellows F and then USR rotors R with Yellows R. That package is like $110 cheaper than SportTech all the way around.

Although I’d really like for my rotors to match on all fours. I’ll probably get SportTech all the way around


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I think you should source a set of FOCUS SVT rear brackets and rotors and move up in the world while you are at it.They can be found....if you look hard.

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